How to Boil a Kettle Sequencing

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  • Teaching Beavers to make a hot drink by boiling a kettle

    , Sep 11th
A handy set of handy sequencing images for work on electricity / changing state. Great for a variety of possible uses - perfect for sticking in books!
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